Ga door naar hoofdinhoud
Help

Deze versie is geschreven door: Gary ,

Tekst:

1 Purchase display polish. You can purchase this product from several online retailers and from many brick-and-mortar cellular phone stores. iDrops, Displex Display Polish and AstroShine Clean Kit are three types of display polishes you can use to remove scratches from your iPad.
 
2 Open the display polish and squeeze a small amount of the polish onto your iPad. Consult the instructions that came with your display polish to determine the recommended amount of product to use for a single application. Typically, you will use a few drops.
 
3 Polish the scratched area for two to three minutes. Apply heavy pressure using the clean, soft cloth.
 
4 Repeat as necessary to remove deep scratches.
 
***NOTE***
 
If you find the scratch is too deep to remove with a liquid fill solution, you may have to repacereplace it.
If you find the scratch is too deep to remove with a liquid fill solution, you may have to repacereplace it.
 
You can find those directions at this link :)
 
[guide|6161]
 
For future reference I would suggest buying a screen protrector to better help your iPad from becoming scratched again. If you need further assistance please just ask.

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Gary ,

Tekst:

1 Purchase display polish. You can purchase this product from several online retailers and from many brick-and-mortar cellular phone stores. iDrops, Displex Display Polish and AstroShine Clean Kit are three types of display polishes you can use to remove scratches from your iPad.

2 Open the display polish and squeeze a small amount of the polish onto your iPad. Consult the instructions that came with your display polish to determine the recommended amount of product to use for a single application. Typically, you will use a few drops.

3 Polish the scratched area for two to three minutes. Apply heavy pressure using the clean, soft cloth.

4 Repeat as necessary to remove deep scratches.

***NOTE***

If you find the scratch is too deep to remove with a liquid fill solution, you may have to repace it.

You can find those directions at this link :)

[guide|6161]

For future reference I would suggest buying a screen protrector to better help your iPad from becoming scratched again.  If you need further assistance please just ask.

Status:

open